Grace Eunhey Park, began playing cello at 10 years old. She is a cellist with a passion for ensemble performance. She is a member of Ensemble Secreta, and was a member of Key Trio in Indiana. She is associate principle cellist of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra, and plays regularly with the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra, Anderson Symphony Orchestra, and Peoria Symphony Orchestra. She was an associate member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra and holds substitute positions with in the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Huntington (WV) Symphony Orchestra and St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. In 2012 Grace won first prize of Indianapolis Matinee Musical Competition, graduate string/woodwind level and she received honorable mention in the Graduate Concerto Competition at Ball State University in 2011. She is a native of the Republic of Korea where she won the Catholic University of Daegu Competition in 2003, and her ensemble was awarded first prize in the Fringe Festival of the Tongyeong International Music Festival(TIMF) in 2006. Grace took second prize in the string division of Daesin University in 2013 in Korea. She was previously a member of the Daegu Opera Festival Orchestra in Korea. Grace was a cellist in the Orchestre de la Francophonie in Montreal, Canada, in 2013 and in 2008 attended the Festival Ensemble of the TIMF Academy in Korea on a full scholarship.
She earned an Artist Diploma from Ball State University, where she studied with Peter Opie with a full assistantship. Prior to entering Ball State, she completed Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Yeung-nam University in Korea, where she studied with